the local politician arranged Søren Hyldgaard may risk losing his political career completely as a result of two speeding offences in 2015.
It is clear, for he in The high Court been convicted of fartovertrædelserne Friday. Three years after the lovbruddet, there namely entered a new rule in effect, which makes you no longer selectable if you have got their licence.
the 48-year-old Søren Hyldgaard could leave the courtroom with a fine of 12,000 crowns, and an unconditional withdrawal of the licence.
- I am dismayed, that I due to long processing time will be affected by a rule with retroactive effect. Of course, one must take his punishment - even if it seems unreasonable - but I'm sorry to lose all of my local government records due to a law introduced in 2018, for something I did and acknowledged, in 2015, he says to Ekstra Bladet.
the Politician broke the traffic laws in connection with the roadworks on the Dunblane Bypass, where fartbegrænsningen was put down from 90 to 50 kilometers an hour.
In all there were 6000 drivers blitzet in connection with the road works will, where a large number of have tried to go free for the fines in court, because the signage was too bad. Both the city court and high court rejected the claim.
because of the slow handling of cases, it is only now that there is fallen a judgment in the case, why Søren Hyldgaard the next three years is not selectable. It has also resulted in, that the politician had announced his candidacy for the last general election.
Søren Hyldgaard reports that he have not been convicted or received a cut in the licence.
- It has a huge impact on my political career, which is now in the first place, to stop. I have been in local politics for 10 years, and I am a member of a sea of boards and committees. I can only put up again for 2025, says Søren Hyldgaard.
the Politician considering, however, whether he can and should take the matter further.
- My lawyer and I are considering right now the possibilities. I am proud of my local political efforts for over 10 years, I will always look back on, says Søren Hyldgaard.